We spent two fantastic days watching the Puffins fly past with beaks full of sand eels to feed the young. Many of the puffins would aim strange for their burrow but some would stand on the rocks with their catch. This one in particular had a good haul, and it turned and looked straight down my lens just as the sun broke from behind the clouds, giving some side light. I fired a couple of shots before the puffin flew off.
Where to focus was key here, so I aimed at the top of the beak where it joins the black feathers, in order to get the eyes sharp and have a little of the depth of field reach out to the eels near the back of the beak.